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Lee Munson: Not Peak FANG Yet

Munson said as the acronym for tech stocks gets longer, it's time for investors to take a pause.

With Netflix's (NFLX) tumble and Google's (GOOGL) $5 billion fine this week, investors have been wondering if it's the peak for FANG stocks, and Portfolio Wealth Advisors' Chief Investment Officer Lee Munson believes in another six to 12 months shareholders will see if there is still room to run or whether FANG will start to plateau. 

"Everyone loves Amazon (AMZN) , but here's the thing, the acronym is getting longer," Munson told TheStreet. "We have [FANG] plus BAT on it, and now we've started to bring in the international crowd."

Munson is referring to Chinese tech giants Baidu Inc. (BIDU) , Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (BABA) and Tencent Holdings Ltd. when mentioning the acronym BAT.

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"I think as that alphabet soup gets longer, I think you have to take pause," Munson said.

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